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My First Browser Tree Program in VB.NET

Last post 08-04-2011, 8:30 AM by kimthaohg85. 0 replies.
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    My First Browser Tree Program in VB.NET

    Within the first few weeks of programming in VB.NET, your user interface should become a bit more sophisticated. The blog VBNETFOREST at WordPress (http://vbnetforest.wordpress.com) offers the source code as well as step by step in a single lesson to help you learn how you can turn your form into a browser tree so that you can display information in a structure of limitless complexity.As advertised by its slogan, VB.NET for the rest of us, this blog does not put you through an agony of extraneous verbiage. With two procedures plus the provided source code, you can in few minutes turn a simple form into a sophisticated browser tree, which is a window divided into two panels: a collapsible tree view on the left and a browser box on the right. When done coding your user can click on a node to show a different web page on the right. The short link to this lesson is http://wp.me/p1ISdW-5r (case sensitive). Or you can find it on http://vbnetforest.wordpress.com/lessons

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